Why suspended Choppies CEO believes he will be reinstated next month

Botswana supermarket chain Choppies plans to exit its South African operations. The retailer has been battling several mishaps since last year when its shares were suspended on the JSE and Botswana Stock Exchange over the delayed submission of its results. In May its CEO was suspended over allegations of accounting irregularities now an extraordinary general meeting will be held next month, where his reinstatement will be on the agenda. CNBC Africa is joined by the co-Founder of Choppies, Ramachandran Ottapathu.


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